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Life is not a mid-summer nights dream, nor is it a tempest, it is but a comedy of errors so live it as u like it. ‘Me’ is something that I wish I could write a lot about. But when it comes to writing I get stuck after the first sentence. So there…I am stuck again. Well let me try my best. I am Indian and love being so. I live in ‘the land of smiles’ as they call it, i.e. Thailand. You already know my interests from above. 70% of me is made out of my interests. The rest of the 30% is not really worth knowing because its more to do with my tantrums and crankiness. I usually get very upset if I don’t eat for too long. God save whoever is in front of me then. I live for my support system. That is my family and friends. There have been quite a few ups and downs, just like everyone else’s life. But with a support system like mine, nothing bad lasts for too long. I live for the day. I do worry a little at times…but tend to stop doing so pretty soon. I feel sad when I see hatred and malice. I wish people would learn to love a little more easily and let go so they can enjoy themselves. Life is beautiful but too short. No one knows whats round the corner. Love it and Live it. Be happy and without regrets when its time to say goodbye.
September 2, 2007

Loans – A benefit with caution

Taking a loan used to be a big issue once upon a time. It meant going through a lot of hassles and making rounds of the bank till the shoe-soles threatened to surrender. I remember, taking a loan was always a last ditch option for people, when we were kids....

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August 15, 2007

Credit Cards: Boon or Bane?

Plastic money has a lot of appeal to youngsters since money is hard to come by at that age. If an indulgent parent hands out an add-on card for emergency usage it’s the best gift one can get. But usually each time one is a little short of cash out...

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March 28, 2007

Happy Pet, Happier You !

This guest post was written by Shrimoyee Mukherjee from Wanderer Moon. Pets have always been a part of our family and were always looked upon more as family members than pets. Over the years I’ve learnt to read them to such an extent that it’s become a second nature for...

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